During spring in the North hemisphere you cannot miss the vision of wisterias. Here you see pictured the yellow one or as called in Dutch gouden regen (yellow rain). I looks blurred but you can notice that other objects on the photo are sharp. I also tried to photograph the blue rain -blauwe regen - of my parents-in-law but was almost impossible cause it is on the top of a pergola. I photographed one - still small in size - in the front yard of a house.
Another plant that fascinates me is the snowball. Today my plant in the backyard has almost lost all petals but I have noticed that other snow-balls in parks in the village where I live are in full blossom.
The rhododendron is another one that has lost its splendour. The roses on the contrary are opening up in a fast pace.
Most hydrangeas in Brazil are the blue type. In Holland you find it in pink, blue and a very pink shade as well. It seems that if the soil is rich in iron, then the hydrangea is blue. True ?
And the hydrangeas (hortensias) in my front garden are still so quiet. Shhh !